Hyundai Heavy Industries completes gas power plant in Saudi

12 April 2011

Hyundai Heavy Industries has announced the completion of building the world's largest gas-powered power station in Jubail, Saudi Arabia, Arab News has reported. The company built the $1.1bn power plant with an output capacity of 2,750 megawatts, which is equivalent to 10% of the kingdom's total power output. The contract was awarded by the utilities firm Marafiq in 2007 to an international consortium comprising Hyundai Heavy, the US-based GE and France's Sidem.

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